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Router A, Router B, and Router C will all have different views of the designated router election process. Router A might think that Router B is the designated router, but Router C wouldn't know this because it doesn't receive Router B's hello packets. 56 Then how do you handle NBMA networks in an OSPF environment? There are three ways, each with advantages and disadvantages. You can configure the OSPF router priorities so that only Router A can become the designated router. This is an easy solution, which allows all the addresses on this one multipoint circuit to be in the same IP subnet.
Geographically— Divide the available address space up so that each of the organization's locations has an office that has a set of addresses it will draw from. Topologically— This is based on the point of attachment to the network. ) First Come, First Serve Address Allocation Suppose you are building a small packet switching network (one of the first) in the 1970s. You don't think this network will grow too much because it's restricted to only a few academic and government organizations, and it's experimental.
1. 0/24 down to two. If access layer redundancy is provided using links between access devices, it's important to provide enough bandwidth to handle the traffic from both remote sites toward the core. Figure 3-11 Redundancy through Interconnected Access Layer Devices Either of these solutions would work well as long as the redundant route is not advertised until needed, so traffic won't normally flow across the redundant link. Dial-on-demand circuits work well for these types of applications. It is possible to design load sharing and redundancy within the access layer, as Figure 3-12 illustrates.